Expert Guidance for NEET Physics Exam 2016
Candidates who are going to attend for the National Eligibility cums Entrance Test (NEET) exam, those must know the syllabus, exam pattern and subject wise preparation tips for getting top ten ranks in this NEET entrance test. Here we are providing the Expert Guidance for NEET Physics Exam 2016 at our website. Interested applicants may download the Expert Guidance for NEET Physics Exam 2016 through online. There is no syllabus difference between EAMCET and NEET entrance exams. NEET exam is more conceptual. Candidates must improve the knowledge related to the concepts.
- Prepare your own plan or time table, so that all the topics are covered two or three days before the exam date.
- Try to prepare NCERT books and try to answer the questions given at the end of every chapter in these books.
- Practice number of Level I and Level II problems.
- Practice more number of topic wise assignments and practice test.
- Download AIPMT question papers and practice them as sample papers or mock tests.
- Improve time management. Applicants must follow the Expert Guidance for NEET Physics Exam 2016.
- Do not leave any topic.
- Try to learn fundamental definitions, concepts and formulae and practice its related problems in every topic.
- Concentrate on difficult areas in every chapter.
- Be confident on your preparation.
- Practice formulae based problems.
- Most of BIPC students feel physics is very difficult subject. Those should learn few fundamental formulae related mathematics.
- Theory based questions will be asked are atomic physics, nuclear physics, semiconductor and communications.
- Candidates must go through academy text books for theory questions.
- Applicants must prepare these topics like Gases, Nuclear Physics, Optical spectra which are useful for chemistry also.
- Give equal importance for both first and second year subjects in intermediate.
- Study regularly, do not pick new topic at this preparation time. It is wasting of your time.
- Attempt questions carefully, there is negative marking.